Translation of refugee in Spanish:

refugee

refugiado, n.

Pronunciation: /rɛfjʊˈdʒiː//ˌrɛfjʊˈdʒi/

noun

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    refugiado masculine
    refugiada feminine
    refugee status estatus de refugiado masculine
    • The government wants to dump refugees into camps in isolated areas around Britain.
    • Amnesty International has called on countries to stop sending refugees back there.
    • Immigrants and refugees are not likely to be people who have lived in affluent suburbs.
    • We hear next to nothing of the refugee camps, the economic and social embargoes and the massacres.
    • Labour's concession to those who try to scapegoat refugees and migrants is shameful.
    • The foreign minister said Iran already uses a lot of money to support Afghan refugees who have fled to Iran.
    • The government could have chosen to challenge the persistent lies about refugees.
    • Most of the major unions have now passed policies supporting the rights of refugees.
    • As we got closer, we realised that it was a bus stand that had been turned into a refugee camp.
    • They want to present a picture of refugees getting much better services than other people.
    • We are always being told about how many asylum seekers and refugees are coming to this country.
    • Every one of the refugees had a harrowing story of why they had been driven to flee the homes they loved.
    • They could then face deportation even though they have been recognised as refugees.
    • I have been really shocked by what the Labour government has done to refugees in Britain.
    • The experience of refugees in British society has given rise to a number of plays in recent years.
    • As a refugee, he can be deported only if he is a danger to national security or to the community.
    • Many people are leaving the refugee camps for fear of disease, camping out in the ruins of their homes.
    • This man was a Russian refugee whose family was used as forced labor by the Nazis.
    • The current scare over migrants and refugees is just as racist and irrational.
    • Five million Palestinians are refugees out of a total population of eight million.